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The Method of Optimal Allocation of Oil Spill Response in the Region of Baltic Sea

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This paper describes the results of a study that aimed at developing an effective anchor watch supporting system to prevent dragging anchor accidents of small domestic merchant ships. The authors performed an experimental study using a training ship in order to investigate the characteristics of the hull movement of a ship lying at single anchor, the cable tension caused by the above movement and etc. Based on the results of the study, the authors propose a standard procedure for safe anchor watch and a new anchor watch supporting system using a PC, a DGPS and an anemometer.
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  • Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland
  • Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland
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  • Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland
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  • [1] Galt J. A.: “The Integration of Trajectory Models and Analysis Into Spill Response Information Systems: the Need for a Standard” Second International Oil Spill Research and Development Forum, May 1995.
  • [2] Gucma L., Przywarty M.: : “The Model of Oil Spills Due to Ships Collisions in Southern Baltic Area”, Conference proceedings TRANS’NAV 2007 “Advances in Marine Navigation and safety of sea transportation”, Monograph, Edited by Adam Weintrit, The Nautical Institute, Gdynia 2007, ISBN: 978-83-7421-018-8.
  • [3] HELCOM “Overview of the ship traffic”, April 2009
  • [4] Lazuga K., Juszkiewicz W.:”The probability of cost pollution- accident simulation in the PISCES II Simulator”, Conference proceeding 8th International Probabilistic Workshop, Szczecin 2010.
  • [5] National Plan of Fighting Threats and Environmental Pollutions at Sea. SSAR, Gdynia 2005.
  • [6] Specification for PISCES II, July 2007
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